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New videos from Young Dementia UK

Recently Young Dementia UK have released 4 new videos.

You can download all three Adapt films from our YouTube channel.

They would love to know if you plan to use them online or at an event and would be grateful if you could credit YoungDementia UK. Versions with subtitles are coming soon!

We would appreciate your feedback and ideas for new topics we could focus on in future films – please email web@youngdementiauk.org


Adapt

Adapt – Employment & keeping active features people affected by young onset dementia discussing how the condition had an impact on their working lives and what they do now to keep active and engaged.

The film was funded by DEEP and the Shanly Foundation and is available for use by anyone who would like to share it, particularly at training courses, events and conferences.


Adapt – Employment & keeping active features people affected by young onset dementia discussing how the condition had an impact on their working lives and what they do now to keep active and engaged.

Adapt – Who & how to tell features people affected by young onset dementia discussing how they shared the news of their diagnosis with family and friends.  They talk about how people reacted to the news and share advice for others in a similar situation.

Adapt – Being a parent features people affected by young onset dementia discussing how they shared the news of their diagnosis with their children, how they reacted and the impact the diagnosis has had on their family relationships.


A film about Des O’Sullivan who is, ‘Living a new life’ with young onset dementia. He talks about how his life has been affected by the condition since he was diagnosed with dementia with Lewy bodies aged 60 and how he strives to keep busy, engaged and active.

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